Matt Ufford and the Uffsides crew preview the five best games of Week 8 in the NFL, including:
Washington-Bengals: Hopefully the fans in London won't be subject to viewing Washington special teams coach Ben Kotwica relieving himself on the sideline ... actually, that might be pretty awesome if it happened again. Meanwhile, Washington's drastically banged up secondary will try to keep up with A.J. Green, amidst a season for the ages.
Bills-Patriots: The Bills, losers of 28 of their last 32 against Bill Belichick's Patriots, will actually try to sweep them for the first time in the 21st century. Shady McCoy's got a bum hammy -- perhaps it means more carries for Reggie Bush, a Heisman-winning back from USC with Kardashian ties who was a top-2 draft pick and then eventually lost his Heisman. Those guys tend to run well for the Bills.
Panthers-Cardinals: The Cards just played 75 minutes in the late Sunday game and now travel to Charlotte for the dreaded 10:00am body clock game. The Panthers are struggling, and probably will continue to until protesters topple the Jerry Richardson statue outside Bank of America Stadium.
Cowboys-Eagles: Dez Bryant will be returning to the lineup after being sidelined since his Week 3 knee injury. Doug Pederson, the most dad coach in the NFL, will look to lead his surprising Eagles to a 5-2 record.
Bears-Vikings: Jay Cutler coincidentally has become healthy in the wake of Brian Hoyer's broken arm ... now it can be a true battle of quarterbacks you'd least want at your party.